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Ringworm, a common fungal infection.

Ringworm is a common fungal infection of the skin. Fungi are tiny plants that survive by eating plant or animal material. The ringworm fungi feed on keratin found in the outer layer of skin, hair, and nails.
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Ruta Graveolens

Also referred to as Rue, this herb has an ancient history. It is an antispasmodic herb with analgesic properties. The genus name Ruta, is derived from Greek, meaning “to set free,” an expression of its reputation for freeing people from disease. Its main area of therapeutic action is to treat pain and inflammation.
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Calendula Officinalis

This wildly efficacious remedy promotes healthy regeneration of damaged skin and soreness in muscles/joints. It promotes rapid healing of affected areas when applied topically. 

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Active Ingredient: Thuja Occidentalis, Cures Warts.

Scientifically, Thuja occidentalis, in specific concentrations, has the demonstrated the ability to safely eradicate warts on the body. Thus, Thuja represents an effective agent for the treatment of warts due to its wide variety of naturally occurring antimicrobial phytochemicals. 
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Good Sleep is Good Health!

The three pillars of health are good food, exercise, and quality sleep. We spend a third of our lives in sleep, yet often it can be the most neglected of the three. With all the stimulation of the modern world it is often hard to finally disconnect and fall into a restful sleep.
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Organic and Non-GMO

GMO stands for genetically modified organism, the term represents any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. GMOs have a variety of use in crops. These include use as a new hybrid species that are resistant to certain pests; the development of crops with higher tolerance of exposure to toxic herbicides such as Roundup thereby increasing pesticide use; and those which have improved drought tolerance etc.
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